Women's Soccer

Georgetown's Rachel Corboz Named Third Team NSCAA All-American

Dec. 4, 2015

WASHINGTON ââ'¬" Georgetown University women's soccer player Rachel Corboz (Green Brook, N.J./Pingry) was named a Third Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of American (NSCAA) on Friday.

The honor comes one day after Corboz was selected as an All-Northeast Region First Team honoree by the NSCAA, one of four Hoyas recognized.

Corboz was named the BIG EAST Conference Midfielder of the Year and a first team all-league selection this season. She led Georgetown in scoring with 28 points, registering a team-high 10 goals and eight assists. She finished third in the BIG EAST in points scored, tied for third in goals and tied for second in assists.

In two years on the Hilltop, Corboz has made an impact. As a freshman in 2014, she was an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection and an All-Rookie honoree. She was also an NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team selection.

Corboz has played 42 games in her career and has scored 14 goals and recorded 16 assists for 44 points. She ranks tied for eighth all-time at Georgetown in career assists.

This is the fourth-straight year that a Corboz has earned NSCAA All-American honors, as Rachel follows in the footsteps of her older sister, Daphne Corboz (C'15), who was a second team selection twice (2014, 2013) and a first team once (2012).

This is the sixth-straight year a Hoya women's soccer player has earned All-American honors under Head Coach Dave Nolan. Under Nolan, four players have earned eight All-American honors.

The Hoyas finished the 2015 season with an 11-5-4 overall record and made their fourth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Georgetown posted a 6-1-2 mark in the BIG EAST Conference and finished in second place in league play.

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